Drew Tuma posts about the rising Temperature in California

Drew Tuma posts about the rising Temperature in California
Drew Tuma posts about the rising Temperature in California

Drew Tuma, American meteorologist earned his fame by reporting on many weather hazards including tornadoes, hurricanes and storms. Recently Drew posted several posts on Twitter reporting the rising temperature in California these days. 

Drew, currently working for ABC 7 as a chief meteorologist, joined the station back in 2014.

Drew Tuma reported the rising temperature in California due to the California Wildfire.

He posted a video clipping of satellite footage of smoke rising over California, the smoke is formed from the Creek Fire in Fresno County and ElDorado Fire and Valley Fire burning in SoCal. The fire burned in Mendocino County to the north region. Along with the video, he wrote, “Today’s satellite loop over California. Continuing to see an enormous amount of smoke from the #CreekFire in Fresno County. #ElDoradoFire and #ValleyFire burning in SoCal. Fires burning in Mendocino County to the north.”

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He wrote another post about today’s temperature which rose above 100 degrees Fahrenheit. “While today was the hottest day over the 3 day weekend, tomorrow is still dangerously hot. Our heatwave will roll into a 3rd day for the Labor Day holiday” he wrote.

Drew Tuma wrote another post yesterday citing the two different satellites taken pictures of California, one taken at 11 am and the second picture at the evening on the same day. The picture gives a clear depiction of the terrifying conditions of California.

“..Shows you the enormous amount of smoke sent into the atmosphere from numerous fires that broke out today. “

Many other prominent people wrote on twitter concerning the wildfire in California. Climate scientist Daniel Swain wrote “Serious situation developing in foothills of Fresno County near Oakhurst. CreekFire has exploded in size & intensity at a time when 1000s of visitors have crowded the area. Massive pyrocumulus clouds indicative of extreme fire behaviour, & pyro tornado may have occurred.”